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County Wide Elections
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The OKHPR voting guide covers all legislative candidates but not all of the county-wide and judicial races.
Endorsed County Candidates
In addition, The following county-wide candidates have filled out a survey
La Tonya N. Williams – Oklahoma County Commissioner District No. 1 – A Survey Score
Shane Tomlinson – Atoka County Commissioner District 3 – B Survey Score
Margie Alfonso – Tulsa County Commissioner District 3 – A Survey Score
Tom Manske – Canadian county Commissioner District 1 – A Survey Score
John O’Brien – Comanche County Commissioner, District 1 – B Survey Score
Bob Jack – Tulsa County Commissioner District 3 – B Survey Score
The following county-wide and judicial candidates have been recommended to us but did not fill out an OKHPR-PAC survey
Nikki Kirkpatrick – Oklahoma County District Judge District 7
Ron Boyer – Bryan County Commissioner District 1
Robert Maverick – Canadian County Commissioner District 3
Josh Powers – Comanche County Commissioner District 1
Dillion Berry – Dewey County Commissioner District 1
Deana Morrison – LeFlore County Assessor
Monty Piearcy – Logan County Commissioner District 1
Cardea Blue – Logan County Commissioner District 3
Erik Zoellner – Okmulgee County Commissioner District 1
Gaylon Freeman – LeFlore County Asses
Dwayne Moffett – Mayes County Treasurer
James Beck – Delaware County Sherriff
Judge Amy Palumbo – District 7 Office 3
Judge David Hale – Latimer County Associate Judge
Neil West – District 5, Office 3 – Comanche, Stephens & Cotton County
Kevin Gray – District 14, Office 12 – Tulsa County
Joe Dobry – District 23, Office 1 – Lincoln & Pottawatomie Counties
Steven Young – Associate District Judge – Grant County
Richard Kirby – Associate District Judge – Oklahoma County
Sue Nigh – Associate District Judge – Rogers County
Steve Money – Associate District Judge – Wagoner County
James Siderias – District Judge-District 7, Office 14
OKHPR supports a YES vote on the jail bond for Oklahoma county. We need a new jail to avoid a very expensive federal takeover. The bond will NOT raise taxes.
Use the OK Voter Portal to view your sample ballots for the June 28th primary election.
See the full list of OKHPR-PAC endorsements here.
Candidates are required to submit records of their campaign funding. You can check out your candidate’s funding here.
We ask candidates 23 questions on a variety of health choice topics, the survey questions can be viewed here.
If you are a candidate who would like to fill out a survey, please click here.
Lastly, scan and share this QR Code so others can access the OKHPR-PAC Voting Guide as well!